VPR Evening News October 15th, 2007

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 A veteran Vermont judge known for his defense of the environment has died
at the age of 83; Congressman Peter Welch says a new report shows that
taxpayers and consumers are "getting ripped off" by Medicare; The man
facing charges in the rape and killing of a UVM student wants his
statements to police kept out of his trial; The Union of Concerned
Scientists says New England could become a much different place if the
globe’s climate continues to change; Secretary of State Deb Markowitz
will be in Washington tomorrow to testify about early and absentee voting
in Vermont; A town in the Northeast Kingdom may convert an old lumber
mill into a factory making wood chips and pellets; and commentator Edith
Hunter on Albert Einstein.

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